Anxiety when walking with feeling off balanceHello. I am 40y female. Had a baby after 3 losses last December-a baby girl. I have had trouble with trying to focus on and control my breathing for probably 10 years. Cannot breathe when I eat dairy. I think about breathing and then try to make myself breathe and focus on it. But since May (5 months after having baby via sedated c-section)-I have felt off balance and dizzy and feel weird when I walk...like I am not walking normally. I don't feel this way all the time and don't feel that way when I run. I feel like I am nervous and making my body tense and my muscles tight. Have been through a lot of stress in last months (father hospitalized 18 times...etc.) Did not have a period this last month. Please advise for something to help me with anxiety, off balance feeling when walking and trying to feel like I need to control my breathing. Thank you. I appreciate any and all advice.
asoltis on 2022-11-09
NUX VOM 200
15 drops in a cup containing an ounce of water, sip one third of it, 15 minutes later sip the next third of it, and 15 minutes later take the last third of it.HALF AN HOUR BEFORE DINNER.FOR 3 NIGHTS.
DAY 4 ONWARDS
Dose five (5) drops/pellets , taken at the same time 3 Times daily.
Take the remedies until symptoms are improved.
Keep all doses 30 minutes before or after food, drink and teeth brushing.
IN ADDITION MAG PHOS 6X AND KALI PHOS 6X FIVE TABS OF EACH THREE TIMES A DAY FROM DAY 1.
[Edited by anuj srivastava on 2022-11-10 05:00:30]
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